This past weekend Kinsley James Bridal graciously hosted us for a bridal/honeymoon popup. We were able to showcase our stunning Bridal Collection, pieces from our newest collection (La Rose Nocturne) in Champagne jacquard, and pieces from our upcoming Spring Summer '20 collection (not yet released) in our beautiful blue provence floral jacquard... Can you sense a theme?
Champagne, blue and ecru is what every bride needs!
The best part of this popup was getting to witness all the brides in this euphoric state, caught up in love and romance, and saying yes to the dress! We saw tears of joy from proud and loving mothers, along with groups of girlfriends going gaga eyed at the blushing bride-to-be.
Love is indeed a beautiful thing, made even more beautiful by a perfectly dressed bride.
There are various events that precede and follow the "big day". You have engagement parties, bachelorette parties, bridal showers, honeymoons... I could go on. And this is where we come in. Saying yes to the dress is super important but for all the little events surrounding the wedding, Amaiò has your back.
Bachelorette parties almost always call for a white bathing suit. Luckily, we have our Ecru bathing suits with lovely Point D'esprit detailing. We also have Champagne metallic pieces to help brides stand out even more! And when you need something blue... which is of course a necessity when planning a wedding, look no further. Even better yet, all our one-piece bathing suits double as bodysuits.
The majority of honeymooners choose a tropical destination for the romantic getaway, requiring special white bathing suits. We got you for your pre and post wedding celebrations.
See below for some behind the scenes photos from the Kinsley James Bridal Popup and don't forget to let us know when you're ready for your bachelorette and honeymoon wardrobe.
These pictured pieces are from our Spring Summer '20 collection, which has not been released yet. Our upcoming blue provence floral with light French Tulle is truly special and it comes in new one of a kind silhouettes.
Doesn't every bride need something blue?